Environmental Services—U.S. Navy
Since April 2005, APTIM has been the U.S. Navy's Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest (NAVFAC SW) contractor for its Environmental Services Program. APTIM operates and maintains one Industrial Waste and four Oily Wastewater (IWOW) plants on four Navy bases in the San Diego area. The facilities are located on Naval Base San Diego (NBSD), Naval Base Coronado (NBC), Naval Base Coronado—Naval Amphibious Base (NBC-NAB) and Naval Base Point Loma (NBPL).
Each year, APTIM recovers more than three million gallons of oil from the oil wastewater systems. It is then sold, with the proceeds going directly back into the Navy’s working capital. The Industrial Waste treatment facility is the only one of its kind permitted to operate in the State of California. Additionally, we collect, segregate, consolidate, store and transport hazardous containerized solid waste for all Navy land tenants and ships in the San Diego Area from two one-year and four 90-day storage facilities. The combined total hazardous solid waste annually makes APTIM the largest single source handler of hazardous waste in the State of California. Under the Navy’s Installation Restoration Program, APTIM performs site assessment and remediation services for Navy and Marine Corps bases throughout the southwestern United States. Activities include operational range clearance at active ranges on every base in the region and remediation RCRA and radiation waste on active and closed bases. We have expended more than one million work hours without a lost time incident and have received numerous safety awards, including the Navy’s Star Award for Safety for our remediation work at former Moffett Airfield.
Contracting Entity: Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest